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cases of the flu is 48. look at that map. you only see tennessee there. that's in the yellow. california which avoided the worst cases until now has now been added to this list, and this year's flu season could last another six weeks, they say. maybe even longer. let's ask dr. siegel. how much longer will we deal with the flu? >> several weeks. we'll see this into february. that map shows widespread activity except for into tennessee, high activity which even worse than that is in 30 states. we're in the heart of the flu season now. it's probably the peak. we won't know that until it's over, but it's probably the peak. we'll see it through the end of january and into february. we're seeing actually a fairly typical flu season in terms of the elderly being the worst hit. 90% of deaths are usually elderly in a flu season. this year half of those getting sick are elderly. that worries me because the elderly don' don't have the ress and the immune system. when you get the flu and you're elderly, you have a high risk of pneumonia and other infections that can kill you. >> you talked about the
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